Ottawa Construction News staff writer
Ottawa reported $303,652,444 in building permit in November, an increase of $56,741,902 million from the same month in 2016.
Overall year-to-date data indicates an overall improvement of about 7.8 per cent for the first 11 months from 2016 to 2017, with $2,639.5 million in permits through Nov. 2017 compared to $2,449.6 million in Nov. 2016.
The largest November projects included:
$64,624,565 2816 Sandlewood Dr.
Timbercreek Asset Management is developing Heron Gate 7, a seven-story apartment building with two seven storey towers and one six storey tower on a one storey underground common parking structure.
The project replaces a group of two storey townhouses, reflecting the intensification focus of urban development.
$35,399,644 60 Moodie Dr.
EllisDon is continuing work on converting the former Nortel campus to the new DND headquarters complex. This permit covers “Interior alterations on all floors of a three storey office building (Building 3 – DND).”
$11,842,994 2599 Carling Rd.
Dymon Storage is adding to its collection of sites with this six storey retail storage building.
$8,862,001 201 Dibblee Rd.
- Sullivan and Sons is building a one storey warehouse and storage garage, which will be used as the south campus of Hydro Ottawa, according to a consultants report.
You can view all of the November permits at this link: https://goo.gl/PxyPfP